Today, I will show you the Thermaltake Toughpower GX2 600-Watt Power Supply Unit. This is an ATX form factor power supply for desktop computers.
The unit has an 80-Plus Gold certification and comes with a 5-year warranty which is really nice in case it gets bad.
Because of its ATX form factor, it comes with the usual connectors for modern motherboards and GPUs. These connectors include a 24-pin main ATX connector, a 4+4 CPU connector, a 6+2 GPU connector, SATA and PATA/IDE (Peripheral) connectors, and a Floppy Disk Drive connector.
Inside the box, we first see a manual and beneath it, the Power Supply.
Here is the power supply outside of the box:
It is not modular, but it is mighty and capable of outputting up to 600 Watts.
Ultimately, this unit replaced a recently-failed EVGA 600B Power Supply.
Turns out that my ASRock X570M Pro4 motherboard works and the issue was the power supply after all. Now, it is all working again, except I also had a failed RAM module, but we’ll talk about this on another post. In the meantime, here is my machine with the new power supply:
You can get this Power Supply on Amazon on the following link: